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  • Austin Texas is Weird and we love it! #SXSW

    Austin Texas is Weird and we love it! #SXSW

    Austin, Texas is weird and we love it! Austin is known for incredible food and fantastic music and #SXSW … Take a behind the scenes peek at what weird about Austin! And .. another check off our Bucket List!

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  • A Fall Festival Not to Miss: Check out the Jambalaya Jam for Good Food, Music and Family Fun!

    A Fall Festival Not to Miss: Check out the Jambalaya Jam for Good Food, Music and Family Fun!

    A Fall Festival Not to Miss: Check out the Jambalaya Jam! Good Eats, Good Music and Good Family Fun! The annual Jambalaya Jam in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is a must for fall festival fanatics. Guests at this incredible down town street party are invited to dance in the streets to live music and sample some of Louisiana’s best jambalaya from over 40 competing teams. These folks are as serious about their jambalaya as LSU fans are about their football.

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  • Learning to Dance #BucketList

    Learning to Dance #BucketList

    Sandi goes behind the scenes at Battle of the Dance in Anaheim, California where she learns a step or two from some of the best in the business. Is she ready for Dancing with the Stars? You be the judge! Either way, she got to check something off her Bucket List.

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  • Welcome to Midlife Southwest Airlines!

    Welcome to Midlife Southwest Airlines!

    As self-proclaimed experts, we consider 40 to be the age where midlife begins… approximately.  We don’t define midlife as the halfway point in life. Instead, we think of midlife as middle third of a long life. Midlifers are well beyond the growing pains of childhood and adolescence. They’ve rounded life’s learning curve in their 20s and 30s and are now ready to embrace who they are and begin living life to the fullest! This yeas, as midlife ambassadors, we congratulate […]

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  • Midlife Road Trip at #SXSW – Austin, TX

    Midlife Road Trip at #SXSW – Austin, TX

    Rick wandered off to #SXSW in Austin, TX to learn what the fuss is all about.  

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  • Grammy Nominee Dave Koz ..  Talkin’ Music, Friends, Cookies & Social Media oh my!

    Grammy Nominee Dave Koz .. Talkin’ Music, Friends, Cookies & Social Media oh my!

    We had the pleasure of interviewing six-time GRAMMY® Award nominee Dave Koz . His live show, “Dave Koz and Friends A Smooth Jazz Christmas ″ is a hit, year after year! The Famous Audrey Koz Chocolate Chip Cookie 1/3 cup softened butter 1/4 cup Canola oil 1/2 cup sugar 1/2 cup brown sugar 1 large egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1 1/2 tablespoon Frangelico 1 1/2 cup flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 1/2 cup chocolate chips 1 Heath bar chopped into small […]

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  • Post Grammy Therapy

    Post Grammy Therapy

    Music is not only the universal language, it’s great therapy. It seems only appropriate to have Memorable Music as our theme after this week’s Grammy’s Welcome to our Therapy Group! This Week’s Theme: *Memorable Music* straight-jacket optional, sense of humor required We believe the Midlife Road Trip is the perfect therapy for a midlife crisis so each week we host a super fun online therapy session. You’re invited to

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  • Our New Theme Song

    Our New Theme Song

    When visiting the Houmas House, near Baton Rouge, Louisiana our marvelous tour guide, Judy Whitney Davis, wrote and impromptu theme song for the Midlife Road Trip. We LOVE IT!  Thanks Judy!

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  • Music to My Ears

    Music to My Ears

    As time for the Mongol Rally draws near, I’m getting really jazzed. I’m especially excited that the rally begins in the England. I grew up a huge Beatles fan and can’t wait for my first visit to the UK. I’m elated about the possibility of meeting a lovely meter maid named Rita while visiting Abbey Road, Strawberry Fields, and Liverpool.  

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  • The Liberace Museum

    The Liberace Museum

    Heading out of Las Vegas early on a Sunday morning we accidentally drove up on a piece of Americana, the Liberace Museum. Another serendipitous MidLife Moment. We were early, but it didn’t matter because we knew we  would be first in line to see all the glitz, glamor and opulence that was Liberace! Sadly, this was the very last day it would be open. Due to the economic downturn and decline in visitors the Liberace Museum was closing. We made […]

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